Supposed to be Seen Not Heard

Everyone from centerfolds to disc jockeys always have dreams of crossing over into movies, and rap is no exception. Everyone from LL Cool J, Ice-T, Snoop Dog, Mos Def, and even The Fat Boys, have spent their time before the cameras. Because of this deluge of thespianic talent it is unique when someone endeavors to move their talent in the opposite direction.

The announcement has been made that multiple-Blockbuster Entertainment Award winner Gyneth Paltrow is about to step in front of the microphone to record a rap song. I'm sure this will fill some need for the music-loving public, not unlike years back when America demanded a movie featuring America's best white-rapper in America.

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